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06.12.2016.

Brussel: Montenegro’s Foreign Minister Srđan Darmanović attended the meeting of NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs

Brussel: Montenegro’s Foreign Minister Srđan Darmanović attended the meeting of NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro, Prof Srđan Darmanović PhD, is attending today and tomorrow the meetings of NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs in Brussels, which is the first time for a Montenegrin Foreign Minister to attend such a meeting, following the signature of the Accession Protocol on 19th May 2016.

05.12.2016.

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro Srdjan Darmanović received Hungarian Ambassador Christian Posa

Ambassador Posa expressed his satisfaction with the meeting and stressed that Hungary would continue to support Montenegro on its European path and in the final stages of its NATO accession. He also stressed Hungary’s willingness to intensify relations with Montenegro in science, education, culture, sports, agriculture and other areas.

05.12.2016.

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro Srdjan Darmanović received the UK Ambassador to Montenegro Ian Robert Whitting

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Prof Srdjan Darmanović, PhD, received today the UK Ambassador to Montenegro, Ian Robert Whitting.

05.12.2016.

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro, Srdjan Darmanović, received German Ambassador to Montenegro, Hans Günther Mattern

Minister Darmanović wished the Ambassador a successful mission and expressed Montenegro's readiness to continue the existing excellent cooperation with the Federal Republic of Germany. He reiterated his gratitude to Germany for its continued support to the integration of Montenegro into NATO and the EU, and the completion of the ratification process of Montenegro’s Accession Protocol for NATO. He welcomed Germany’s continued policy of active engagement in supporting all countries of the region, expressing his expectation that it would continue to be the same strong advocate of the Western Balkans’ European perspective through the Berlin process in the forthcoming period.

03.10.2016.

Brexit Will Not Hurt Balkans’ EU Prospects, Ambassador

Brexit Will Not Hurt Balkans’ EU Prospects, Ambassador

Montenegro's chief negotiator with Brussels, Aleksandar Andrija Pejovic, tells BIRN that Britain’s exit from the EU will not slow the region’s own path towards membership.

20.07.2016.

A. A. Pejović: Montenegro has crossed a considerable chunk of its European journey

A. A. Pejović: Montenegro has crossed a considerable chunk of its European journey

H. E. Aleksandar Andrija Pejović, State Secretary - Chief Negotiator for Montenegro's accession to EU

19.07.2016.

Igor Lukšić: The Secretary-General Candidate Interview for IPI GLOBAL OBSERVATORY

Igor Lukšić, former Prime Minister and former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro, was interviewed at the International Peace Institute by Warren Hoge, IPI Senior Adviser for External Relations, on Thursday, July 8, 2016.

19.07.2016.

EUROPP blog: Interview with Igor Luksic, Candidate for UN Secretary General: “Young people must be integrated into decision-making processes”

EUROPP blog: Interview with Igor Luksic, Candidate for UN Secretary General: “Young people must be integrated into decision-making processes”

The United Nations will select a new Secretary General this year to take over from Ban Ki-moon, whose term ends on 31 December. In the leadup to the appointment, we will be featuring interviews with some of the candidates for the role. In the first of these discussions, EUROPP editor Tena Prelec speaks to Igor Luksic

18.05.2016.

Montenegro’s candidate platform for the position of UN Secretary General

Montenegro’s candidate platform for the position of UN Secretary General

Montenegro’s candidate platform for the position of UN Secretary General

10.05.2016.

Huffington Post: A Vision for Building a Better World

Huffington Post: A Vision for Building a Better World

The world has been changing. Some say it is in tumult. Globalization continues and different forms of resistance are in play. The international community has been strong in adopting agendas, but not as strong in delivering them.